Once again, Hwa Chong’s athletes performed exceedingly well in the sports competitions held this week. Here are are results.
Our female shuttlers got off to a flying start in the first game of their season, winning Anderson Junior College 4-1. Well done!
With precision and accuracy, our male and female basketballers defeated all their opponents in this week’s games. The male basketballers won Victoria Junior College with a score of 67-19.They also outdid Saint Andrew’s Junior College with a score of 50-40.
Our female basketballers were also up against Saint Andrew’s Junior College. They emerged victorious with a 90-14 win.
Hwa Chong’s fencers were outstanding in the individual rounds of the competition. Here are the results!
Men’s Epee Event
Lim Joshua Ian (2nd)
Adriel Kek (6th)
Men’s Foil Event
Lim Joshua Ian (1st)
Lim Wei Boon (8th)
Men’s Sabre Event
Choy Yu Yong (1st)
Lee Weng Khin and Nicholas Hong (Joint 3rd)
Women’s Epee Event
Tasia Lee (3rd)
Women’s Foil Event
Chua Min Hui (2nd)
Ng Kah Poh (8th)
Women’s Sabre Event
Fiona Teo (5th)
Neo Hui Yuan (7th)
Both the male and female soccer teams gave it their all in the matches played this week. After putting up a tough fight, the male soccer team lost narrowly to Saint Andrew’s Junior College by a one point margin. The score was 1-2.
Our girls played against Victoria Junior College this week. Although they lost the game with a score of 0-4, their efforts and determination are certainly highly commendable.
Our male softballers fought Tampines Junior College this week. Braving dirt and lightning speed balls, the boys triumphed over their opponents by a score of 9-2.
There is a Chinese saying that goes “good things come in pairs”. This certainly applied to our female softballers who won both of their games this week. They first defeated Dunman High School with a score 15-3. The girls then thrashed National Junior College 6-0.
The male squash team crushed their opponent, Meridian Junior College, on Monday by a score of 5-0. The boys were then up against Raffles Institution on Friday whom they lost 1-4 to. However, there is still more to come as our boys will be taking part in a play-off for the third place on 30th April. Let us wish them all the best!
Our female squash players brought glory to the school too! Despite stiff competition from Anglo Chinese Junior College, the girls pushed on and eventually won their spot in the finals with a score of 3-2. Their finals will take place on the 28th of April. All the best!
Our table tennis girls were up against Raffles Institution in the finals this week The paddlers put up a strong resistance and played every ball fastidiously, earning themselves the title of National First Runners Up with a score of 0-3. Well done girls!
With power and strength, our taekwondo boys thrashed their opponents to clinch the National First Runners Up title. Great work!
There were individual rounds as well, and here are the results:
Ong Yu Heng (Male White Belt Indiv)
Joshua Loh, Oh Keng Song, Jonathan Leo Guan Wei (Male Green Belt Team)
Justin Chia Jia Jin (Male Yellow Belt Indiv)
Lee Ying Hooi (Female Blue Belt Indiv)
Lam Yi Xin, Alicia Chia, Lee Ying Hooi (Female Blue Belt Team)
Jonathan Leo Guan Wei, Goh Yong Kiat, Donovan Goh (Male Blue Belt Team)
Lester Chan, Gary Lim, Timothy Tan (Male Black Belt Team)
Chong Jia Yan (Female White Belt Indiv)
Lee Ting Wen (Male White Belt Indiv)
Lam Yi Xin (Female Green Belt Indiv)
Jonathan Leo Guan Wei (Male Green Belt Indiv)
Ong Yi Xuan, Toh Wei Jie, Tay Yu Jia (Male Red Belt Team)
Lee Ting Wen, Lu Zhi Hao, Chen Huang Yan (Male White Belt Team)
Ong Yu Heng, Justin Chia, Phoe Chuan Bin (Male Yellow Belt Team)
Lee Ying Hooi, Alicia Chia, Lam Yi Xin (Female Red Belt Team)
The tennis team played numerous matches this week. The stamina that the team possesses is certainly deserving of praise! Read on to find out how their games went!
HCI vs Raffles Institution (0-5)
HCI vs Serangoon Junior College (1-4)
HCI vs Saint Andrew’s Junior College (4-1)
HCI vs National Junior College (4-1)
HCI vs Anglo Chinese Junior College (1-4)
Our touch rugby girls beat rivals NJC with a score of 5-1! Good job girls, continue fighting hard for the rest of the matches!
Both our male and female volleyballers fought their way to a sweeping victory in their games this week. The male team defeated Yishun Junior College and Temasek Junior College both by a score of 2-0. The same goes for our female team. They overwhelmed Pioneer Junior College and Innova Junior College with their skills to win them both with a score of 2-0!
All our athletes deserve a pat on their backs for their achievements. Let us continue to cheer them on as they gear up for the next week of competitions!
40th CCA PROs